According to the latest notification for BAMS Admission Eligibility, candidates can apply for the Bachelor (UG) course in Ayurveda, need to be present for the NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Examination). The AYUSH Ministry can apply it from the 2019-20 academic session.
BAMS Admission Eligibility in Detail:
Age Limit: Candidates must have completed 17 years old as on 1st December of the admission year.
Passed 10+2 Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English subjects Obtained Marks: Minimum 50% marks in physics, chemistry, and biology. If Candidates who belong to SC/ST/OBC must score minimum 40% marks in qualifying examination.
- Candidates must appear in the entrance exam NEET
NEET 2019 is scheduled for five, 2019 and the results for that too will be announced on June 05, 2019. This decision is an extension of the previous decision of the Ministry in which the students were required to enter the AYUSH Post Graduate (PG) courses to undergo NEET examination from last year.
Ayush is a division of the Government of India and is responsible for the development, education, and research of Ayurveda (Traditional Indian Medicine), Yoga, Naturopathy, Greek, Siddha, Homeopathy, Sowa Rigpa (Traditional Tibetan Medicine) and various Indigenous Medical Systems in India. Also in February 2017, the AYUSH Ministry issued a notice to start the admission process in BAMS, BHMS and BUMS courses through NEET examinations. However, various states objected to this decision and now it is planning to implement it from 2018. CBSE conducts exams for students seeking admission in various medical or dental colleges for MBBS and BDS courses every year. It is expected that once the proposed system is implemented, no other private exam will be organized to fill the seats in various AYUSH colleges. So those who want to enter BHMS, BAMS or BUMS courses in the Indian Institute, have to register for NEET 2019 and be present at the national level examination. Candidates should see NEET courses for effective preparation. AYUSH Mantralaya will discuss the requirements for examination and examination with the CBSE for Ayush UG courses. At present, the Ministry is going through regulatory issues involved in implementing this plan. By incorporating this proposal, all AYUSH courses will come under a single roof and will maintain the quality standards of the students. This implementation will centralize almost all entrance examinations for MBBS, BDS, MD, MS and MDS courses, which include various AYUSH courses such as BHMS, BAMS, and BUMS. It will standardize the courses in this stream and attract more students towards these courses. It will also eliminate the need to fill various application forms for different Ayurveda and Yoga Universities across the country by providing a centralized process to the students. At present, about 36,000 seats are available for various UG courses under AYUSH colleges. Various state level universities conduct their individual entrance exams for these AYUSH seats. Students can examine the overall seat intake across India.
Registration for Yoga Courses has already increased by 30 minutes since the beginning of World International Yoga Day beginning June 21, 2015, the government is planning to devote 100 parks for yoga activities across India. They will be managed by yoga groups or voluntary organizations.
According to the data, NEET 2017 was organized at 1921 examination centers of 103 cities, in which about 11.4 lakh candidates were present. With the addition of AYUSH courses in NEET, the number of candidates who are in the entrance examination is expected to be higher.